Amanda R. Bogle, J.D., is a consultant with Murer Consultants, Inc. Ms. Bogle received her Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, graduating with cum laude honors. Upon graduation she also received a Health Law Certificate from the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy, an Advocacy Certificate, Public Interest and Leadership Award, and a concentration in Compliance. During law school, Ms. Bogle was a Health Law Fellow, Health Justice Project Fellow, served as an Executive Editor of the Loyola University Chicago Journal of Regulatory Compliance, and represented Loyola nationally on the Health Law Regulatory & Compliance Competition Team. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Bogle earned a B.A. in Biology and graduated with honors from the University of Missouri.
Since joining Murer, Ms. Bogle has focused her practice primarily on the 340B Drug Pricing Program. As part of her practice, Ms. Bogle acts as a trusted advisor on a range of business, legal, and regulatory issues affecting the health care industry. Ms. Bogle draws upon her experiences to understand the unique interplay between the different perspectives and players at the table when dealing with complex matters in the health care arena. With her experience working with government agencies, regulators, and investigators, Ms. Bogle acts as an effective liaison, granting confidence to health care providers that any issue that may arise requiring governmental interface will be handled efficiently, comprehensively, and professionally.
Ms. Bogle has a specialized understanding of regulatory compliance and navigating the ever-evolving landscape of health care regulations and legislation, putting providers at ease knowing they will be equipped to handle any changes at the outset. Ms. Bogle also has particular expertise in health care fraud and abuse issues, such as ensuring compliance with pertinent laws and regulations such as the Stark Law, the Anti-Kickback Statute, EMTALA, and the False Claims Act.
Prior to joining Murer, Ms. Bogle worked in Washington D.C. at the Office of Counsel to the Inspector General in the Department of Health & Human Services, where she worked on a broad scope of health care legal, regulatory, fraud, and abuse issues. Ms. Bogle also worked in Chicago at Presence Health and the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago.
Ms. Bogle resides in Chicago and maintains an active role in the community, donating her time to non-profit organizations, with a particular focus on advocating for policies to prevent and end homelessness. She also stays active through other avenues such as cycling, tennis, and marathons.